Kwadwo Asamoah has been excellent for his club Udinese and for Ghana – establishing himself as a first-choice player at a relatively young age. This summer he’s being tracked by several big European clubs, including Manchester United and Juventus.
It appeared that Juventus had won the race to acquire the Ghanaian, especially after completing a medical for the club in early June. But, according to reports on June 23rd, the transfer has stalled as Udinese is holding out for £15 million. It still appears likely that Juventus will acquire the skills of the hard-working central midfielder, but it’s not a done deal yet.